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Egg Donation

Matrika Medicare is a subsidiary of Fertility Care India. Being a subsidiary center, it has all the established partners under its name. The center is a premier in the field of IVF and surrogacy. It is due to our expertise, and due to the help of our associates, hundreds of babies are born all over the world using IVF and surrogacy that is facilitated by us. In this concern, we also operate a comprehensive egg donor program and this is done in order to provide hope to the women who are unable to produce eggs, or to them who can’t use their own eggs. Egg donation can easily build up the chance to become pregnant and have children. The process helps the infertile women and couples to have a family that they are looking for.

We offer in-depth information regarding our egg donor program, and in this concern, the expert coordinators/associates can easily assist you in finding out all the questions that you ask for.

Who can be Egg Donor?

Any healthy women of all backgrounds are able to donate their eggs, but there is some-condition that they should meet and these are mentioned below: The egg donor should be between 21-32 ages. Egg donors over 32 cannot provide healthy eggs and thus above the age of 32 are not accepted for clinic-recruited donation. The person should not have any history of inherited disease. If the donors suffer from any illness or genetic condition that can be pass the same to a child conceived from the donation. So they are not eligible to an egg donor.

Types of Donor

There are two types of egg donors and these are either Known Donor or clinic recruited donors. Know donors are those whom the recipient and the donor know each other and they have an existing relationship.  In this case, who can be a donor? A sister, relative or friend can provide the eggs and thereby offering the benefits of knowing the genetic origin.

The next is the clinic-recruited donation, where a woman chooses to undergo IVF procedures in order to provide eggs for another woman whom she has never met. In such case the recipient does not know the donor, and even the donor has the option to remain unknown to the recipient. However, the donor needs to offer information like name, date of birth and address for medical record.